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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY fi, 1895.
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Tmulitir mill llilnl Mnmliiy In April.
fnilmle court III imnliiii flmt Minulny In euro
CnminlnaliiiiKrn oniirt mi'otn flrat WmluvMUy
liar flmt Mowliiy ill rli niiinlli.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NoioitY n in, u;
CANIlY, .... (ll(K(M)N.
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imiilim. Ali irn.'l.ol . il mriu.livil.
Co liil una jj -ci It y.
"I KO. I.. HTOItYi
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
I'ptlr iiiiiiHp Cinirl Mima.
Tlllim Kamlni'it ami alilri'l iniuliv Monty
Irfiaiinl. Mnrliii(i' nrfi lmi.i ami a
Ki'iiiTitl law Imalm-M.
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ATTORNEYS AT I. AW.
Onioc In llarkli-y IIiiIMIiik. rpnti City, ami
A O U. W. IhiiiiUi, rurllainl. '
Iiu (Jdiinral Law Hualniaa, Umti Money, I'm!
1'"otim'Iiimi imirlKitKea. Probate prm'tice,
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KOTAIlY I'!' 111,11' ami ( ON VK YASCKIt.
Ural main banillnl liiaiiraur wtlllrn III
ln. Ilarllnrit, ul llarllor.l. I'.lnMliti North
llrlllali A Mnrraulllr. Ilaiiiliurf ul Hrruiaii
Office with II. K. :roa, HrrK"Ii I'll. Orioii
"1 LACK A MAD AIWTMAVT A TIlfKT 1.(1,
Almirai'la "I t'larkamaa county prowrty a pro
tally. (IikmI wink, ri'auiililti -h r .
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ohkihiK CITY, ... - nsruo.
II II JOIIXaoN II W KINHAIKU
TT'lSMAIItl) A JOIINHO.N,
CIVIL KNlilNKKHH ASI Ht'KVKYOKH.
Hallway lamiliui ami coiialruiMl bridge.
plaiiaanil llinMe for walrr aupply
f)ralllao ami irect Improvement ol towm.
Apeclal attention jlrm to iramlulm ami blue '
r CAKKY JOHNSON,
Comer Kllil nd Main atrrela, Orcein City,
REAL KHTATE TOKKI.L AM)
Mt INKY TO LOAN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
irraT or rtoroTr rt'mMit.
ORIe nnl to Oregon City Unk on th atrreL
0. T. WILLI A MB,
HRAL K8TATK AND WAN AUKNT,
A food line of buitiieni, rrililclireanJ milmrbau
Farm Property In trarta to still on eay term.
CorreupmiiliMice promptly nwerd. Office,
noil iliHir to Caullrld A lliiiilley'a Urns ilore.
1 I). At). C. LATOl'KKTTK,
COUNSELORS AT LAW
MAIN "TKKKT, ORKUON CITY, OHKIION.
rurnlih Aliatraota ol Title, lon Money, For-
oloa MortiiaKea, anil Iraniaol ueuvru
JJ X. CIIOHH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
A' i ix PaiiTii I IH All Coi:kt or th 8tat.
KpI Katntt ami Iniurnnre.
Ofllre on Main Hi root bet Sixth and HoTenth,
ORKllON CITY, OR.
COUNSELOR AT LAW
Offlce over Ori'uon City Hauk,
ORBOCiK CITY, ORKllON
I KO. C. HKOWNKLL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ORKllON CITY, ORKllON.
Will practice In Hie I'ourta o( the alale. 01
fire, in-1 1 door to Cnuflold A lliintley'i drug
OK I. O. KINKARiON.
MNKAItHON A IIYIlK.
V. R. IIYOK.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Will practice In nil court" ol the Mate
Ollloo In JaMer BulMInt oppoalto Court Home.
UK COMHKHCIAL BANK,
OF OltKOON CITY.
TRANRAt'TR A GKNKRAL RANKINO BimiNKsa.
Ixatu mailo. Illlli dmcouiitud, Mnkei col
loctlnna. Iluyi and iclla exchaiiKe on all point
In the United States, Europe and Hong Kong.
Dopoalti received aulijuvt to check. Hank
open from 9 A. M. to 4 P. u. Hatunlny evenlugi
from 6 to 7 T. M.
D. C. LATOUKKTTE, Prcmilent.
P. K DONALDSON, Caihlor
JJANK OF ORKUCN CITY,
Oldest Banking Sense In toe CllF.
Paid up Capltnl, VKl.OOO.
OKO. A. HARM NO,
' - K. O CAliriKLD.
CHARI.KA H. CAUriKLD.
A gonoral banking bualnciii trauanctcd.
Dopoilta received Rtibjoct to check.
Approved bills and notca dltcounted.
Count; and olty warrants bouuht.
Loans mvle on avallablo security.
Exchange bought and sold.
Collections matlo promptly.
Drafts sold ivllaul lu any part of the world
Tolographlo exctianir" Void on Portland, 8an
Franolaco, flhlcnir.-i and Now York,
Interest paU on time deposits.
Sub Areutanf 1'hk l 'iD0N CHEQUE BANK.
OUT OF 8ICHT
. ., IV'V b
ami nbuve coiii!tlti(iii Hlriki'H tho knynute
ul our now MUMrk of CHrM'lH, rii(fn, mnltiiiKH
ami oil clotliH. TIihI'h tlio iili-u ; iilvt) coni
in'lition ili'Mcrilii'M our ixjaiiioii in tlm wlioln
mrM't triiiln, at ul wi-'rn tmvor afruiil aucii
ili'diiH fun Iki fuiiiiil in tlm wliolo country
rouinl hh we lmv In our Htork. 1'ntliTiiH
liko ours urn a Ko. and for Unit reitKon
iluivr'rft oiiiiii nvorvwlii,rii in ( Illicit crr.::.i
('oiinly. Tim newest, liriulitiict, ami tlie
Y v1,.a.- IM()Mt ttriicliv ilcHiKiiM aro alwiiya our.
That waR our teanon (or aolcliii tlipm, lt'
a I ho g kihhI ri'RHon for your m'li'clinK wliut
vr von iiwsil from our coriipri'lieiiHive
aj 'I k
In a iirt'Hcrijitioii arc of an much valuo in
Hickni'HH an nkilli'd uictlicul attendance.
7th. St. HruK Store.
MukcH a Hpt-ciiilty of carrying a utoek of
, 1 11 . . !
iro ni(H ana an iireHcnpuonn ure
Dr. L. M. Andrews-
t'liaii(aiifuan Pmiarlii? for
Tlu'ir Orrat AHHcmbly.
THE (. ItOl'ND IM HK SHAPE.
The Ijirifi-nt Amlllorlum In Orrg-nn
Caniiliie rrlvllffcpn lfuililly Taken
Ten Iurn fTlvuHure ami l'rollt.
No eirort liaa Ixen apared to secure
tlie very IichI talent obtainable for the
Cliautauitia rlaxHeB. The Bui-erinten-dent
I'BKHIDKNT CIMkl.KS 11. CIIAPMAX.
In well known in Oregon, rreaident
Chapman has a brief but brilliant his
tory. Eleven yeara at0 he left iiia boy
j hooil home in the baiikwooila of Wiavon
iain, tfiuiltiated from the HUte Normal,
went iiiiineiliati'ly to Jnlms Iiopkin'BUn
I i vet wily at Baltimore, took his bachelor's
j and doctor's deKreea. was made a fellow
, J the University during his secon J yeir,
j nil iimtructor in Iiia third year and aa
I aoi'iate pro(ensor in Iiia fourth year, and
j the fifth year accepted the pre aiden jy
I of the University of Oregon. Preaident
Chapman will give peraonal attention to
I z the delaila of organization and ar
rangement of claKe.
midat of rimng popularitr he waa ten
dered the chair of I'hyaical Culture at
the Htate Univernity, which position he
still occupies. Prof. Wetherbee la a
Harvard man and brings to bin tempo
rary gvmnaHiuin at Chautauqua, the lat
ent uiiagca of the great lletnenway gym-
naHiutn at Cambridge.
PKEKIOKXT W. C. HAWUr,
is an Oregon Iwy, born in the foothilla
and educated at Salem, where from the
baHhful student, he became the college
preaident. Ilia great lecture on the Ni
caraugua canal awoke Bitch enthiiHiaam
July 17. Iti'porta from Cliantauqua Circles.
Knrollment for next year.
bAii.v oaiir.a or xxkhcimka.
0:30 Morning Hells.
8:30 Art flehool. Art lleadqiiarter.
9:00 Klocutinn. Au'litorium.
9:00 Botany. Old Auditorium.
9:00-I!ille Study. Tent.
10:00 Cliorm Ili hcarnal. Auditorium.
10:00 (ieology. Old Auditorium.
laat year, that this year all look forward ' io:jO-Jiinior liible Study. Tent.
...WILL FIND THE.
Able to give l'rieoa and work Equal to tlio best to
bo hatl in Portland on Doors, Sash, Blinds and in
side Finishing. House Hills a Specialty. Orders for
Robbins & Lawrence, Prop.
Shop on Main and Eleventh Street.
I'lloC JOHN IVEY.
of San Krancihi'O, haa charge of the art
department Prof. Ivey of Liverpool,
for Ihe last seven years of San Krancmco,
, haa mado the wonderful atmospheric
conditions the rolling mist, the swirl
ing cloud, the ever changing aapecta of
of the nky and tne sea, and the marvel-
; oils effects ol sunrise and aunmjt his
Mfinl study, his pictures of the sunny
aeas of California, the mist wreathed
' valleys in Oregon, and the pine-clad j
with interest to his development of cur
rent history in "England in Egypt," and
The Formation of the Constitution."
Profestor Hawley is also president of
the State Sunday School Association,
and has charge as the Chautauqua of the
of the Sunday School Normal Work,
that meets at 10 a. m. each day. Dr.
Hulbut's Normal Outlines, revised, will
be nsed, a compact little volume on sale
at tlio bookstores on the grounds.
MI-.S SABA K. BROWN,
of the Emerson College of Oratory, Bos
ton, has captivated both audience and
pupils wherever she has read or taught.
Willamette University, Salem, counts it
self fortunate in having her as a member
of ita faculty. Miss Brown's class in el
ocution meets from 9 to 10 each day, and
she is listed on the programs for several
evening readings from Shakespeaie and
other dramatic authors. Mi us Brown
uses, in her classes, a delightful little
volume from the Boston school, that can
be purchased on the grounds and kept
as a souvenir of her work in elocution.
MKS. B. W. ALLEN,
of Portland, baa charge of the Junior
ChauUuqua Normal Union. This is a
i course in tsiwo bluily lor ctuidren, a
work for which Mrs. Allen has had such
10:00 Mission Conferences. Headquarters.
10:00-K. 8. A. Program. Headquarters.
Il:0fr-Poptilar Lecture. Auditorium.
4:00-W. C. T. U. School of Methods.
Headquarters. Mrs. Itiggs.
4:00 Cliemistry. Tent Prof. Shaw.
4:00 Physical Culture. Gymnasium.
6:00-Puiund Table. Old Auditorium.
ft:00 Chorus Rehearsal. Auditorium.
7:30 HbikI Concert.
8:00 Evening lecture.
10:30 Sight Bells. Everybody Asleep.
mountains of liriiinh Columbia being .exceptional aptitude that by unanimous
placed among the best representative consent at the last Stale Sunday School
work of the country, and have been se-1 convention, she was elected State Pri
lected for full-page reproductions in the mary Superintendent for Oregon. Mrs.
standard illustrated work, "Picturesque Allen proposes to take the little people
California." Nearlv all Mr. jvey's . through a course of study for which they
pictures are in water color, although one ' will take an examination and receive a
OREGON CITY IRON WORKS
New and Enlarged Shop with all appliances for
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
All work executed in the bent manner possible. Promptness guaran
teed on all orders.
REPAIRING - A. - SPECIALTY.
Prices tho lowest to bo bad in Portland. Shop on Fourth Street,
near Main, Oregon City, Oregon.
f. ROAKE & CO., Proprietors.
Uow you Can Save Money
When your children need a
and bowel regulator, buy
laxative or Btoniach
BABY'S FRUIT LAXATIVE.
Fifty doses tor twenty-hve cents. The season for
colds and coughs is upon us. In order to be pre
pared for an emergency, get a bottle of
Baby's Pectoral Syrup,
Tho best in the market. Price 25 cents. For sale
at the CAN BY PHARMACY, Canby.Or.
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.
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Tho ENTERPRISE has the only complete stock
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Nearly 200 Different Blanks
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large work, allowing the aurpaiiaing
! glories of the Yoseinite valley, ia in oil,
and haa been exhibited in most of the
! important cities in America. Prof.
! Ivey gives a counse for (2 .60 that in his
San Francisco studio costs 2o,00. Prof.
! Ivey'a works have been frequently en
graved and some of his paintings have
lately been on exhibition in London and
Liverpool, England where the press bas
j spoken highly of their merit. He is
i also the author of a fascinating "Guide
to Landttcape Painting and Sketching
from Nature" that ought to I e in the
bands of every student of art. He will
have a studio on the grounds. As a
I'HOF. THOMAS CONDON.
ranks second to none in tlie United
State. To him belongs the honor of
opening up the John Day beds that
summoned to Oregon the savants of the
world. He discovered the fossil horse,
outlined the Willamette sound of a by
gone time and has advanced theories
that have marked epochs in geologic
progress. Professor Condon will bring
his bones, 100 to 150 pounds of fossil
specimens to illustrate his class work
I'ROF. FRANCIS K. LLOYD
of Pacific University stops off at the
assembly with bis camping outfit, on his
way trotu Mt. Jefleron to Mt. Hood,
where he is investigating the mountain
flora. Prof. Lloyd is a young English
man, twice fellow in biology at Prince
ton, his alma mater, and botanist on the
celebrated Hemholtz expedition to Mex
ico in 18iH) 91. He has with him a case
of microscopes to be used In analyzing
the miititiilicent flora of Gladstone Park.
O. W. SHAW, A. M.,
Chemist of the Oregou Experiment Sta
tion and Professor of Chemistry at the
State Agricultural College, delivers a
course of lectures on chemical subjects.
Prof. Shaw is a graduate of Dartmouth,
and for the past eight years has been
actively engaged in higher educational
work in the Northwest. For the past
three years he has also been the chemist
to the State Food Commissioner, which
has given hiiu an especially good opor
tunity to become acquainted with the
condition of foods in Oregon, which sub
ject he will discuss in the class in chem
istry. He has published several bul
letins relating to bis experimental work,
one of which treating of Oregon soils
has been quite extensively reprinted.
In January, Professor Shaw was admit
ted to membership in the American
Chemical Society which is the recog
nized organization of American Chemists
in this and other countries. He is also
d member of the Association of Official
Agricultural Chemists. As a lecturer
on practical chemistry, ha has filled a
number of successful engagements.
PROF. J. R. WETIIERBKB,
came to Oregon as physical director of
the Y. M. C. A. at Salem in 1892, where
he did a ureat and lasting work. In the
handsome little diploma on Recognition
A. t. DRESSER,' ESQ,
Director of the State Convention of Mu
sic, has a unique history. The son of a
musician, he spent his boyhood at the
piano and in early teens had mastered
the technique of most difficult music.
But hie father bad laid out another path
for him he locked the piano and filled
the keyhole with wax, that the Doy
might never more touch the ivory keys.
Nevertheless, in the midst of profes
sional studies, he rebelliously continued
his musical education under the best in
structors of New England. Mr. Dresser
is now a rising young lawyer, but ever
and anon he returns to his first love, the
violin, the piano, and the directorship
of a great musical convention, in which
he has few equals this side of the Rocky
mountains. He is assisted in the musi
cal department by Mrs. F, F. White,
organist, and Mrs. E. E. Williams, pi
anist. The piano, a magnificent Chick
ering Grand, was loaned foi the use of
the Chautauqua by Wiley D. Allen, of
The arc lights that enable Gladstone
at night to rival the day, are loaned for
the use of the Assembly by the Portland
General Electric Company, and are a
munificent testimonial of their generos
ity and of their sympathy with the
higher educational interests of the Wil
lamette valley and Oregon.
The program, includes such names as
those of Dr. F. W. Gunsaulus, ihe great
orator of Chicago; Prof. John Ivey, ot
San Francisco, popular on two conti
nents; David S. Jordan, president of
Leland Stanford University; Dr. Georire
R. Wallace, the king of wit and humor;
Charles Edward Locke, known east and
west as a brilliant orator and lecturer:
Hon. G. M. Irwin, the popular superin
tendent of public instruction ; President
C. U. Chapman, the polished Shakespe
arean lecturer; the gifted Mrs. Nar-
cissa White Kinney, of Astoria; Presi
deat Thomas McClelland, oi Pacific Uni
versity; Kev. W. S. Holt, D. D., from
China; Sann Ichiro Uirota, of Japan;
Observer B. S. Pague, of the United
States weather bureau ; Col. T. M. An
derson, of Vancouver; Drs. Strattonand
Van Scoy, of Portland University Pres
idents F. G. Young, of Albany College ;
J. M. BIoss, of the State Agricultural
College; M. U. Royal, of the Eastern
Oregon State Normal ; W. C. Hawley,
of the Willamette University; T. G.'
Brownson, of McMinnville ; comprising
the very flower of the Pacific Coast, f -sides
the statesman, John H. Mite' ,
U. S. senator for Oregon, Governor
Connell of Idaho. Hon. Erie' -Edwa 1
Rosling of Tacoma, M. O. Geory
George C. Brownell, Willis 8. Puniway,
private secretary to Governor Lord,
Judge J. F. Caples, state : officers,
judges and notables without number.
Dr. Wallace, of Portland, delivers bis
new lecture, "Don Quixote and his Mod
ern Imitators," for the first time Wed
nesday evening, July 10. Excursions
are coming that day from Salerc, Port
land and Eastern Oregon.
S. P. Time Table.
Proposed train service between East
Portland (East Washington street) and
Gladstone Park, during Chautauqua As
sembly, July 10-20.
Look out for the weather flags of the
U. S. signal service. Observer Pague
has sent to Washington for a set of flags
and will furnish daily weather forecasts,
which will cover a period of from 48 to
72 hours to be displayed from day to day
during the assembly at Gladstone Park.
The Corvallis Ladies Band consists of
ten beautiful young ladies, wbo will
camp eleven days at Chautauqua, chap
eroned by Mrs. President Bloss of Cor
vallis. Their leader, Mr. Victor Moses
accompanies them. lliey will give
daily twilight concerts.
The Round Table meets duily at 5 o'clock
at the old auditorium. Brief addresses will
be given by prominent visitors. Literature
will be distributed and information given
concerning the Chautauqua course of study.
July 10. Organization Greetings.
Talk on Chautauqua, Col. Miller.
Recitation, Miss Ethel Hughes,
July 11." King Lear," Pres. Chapman.
Recitation, "Echo and the Ferry,"
Miss Agnes Adams, Woodbiirn.
July 12." Good Roads," Senator Hofer,
July 13. Hon. W. D. Hare,
July 15." Household Economy a Science,"
Mrs. J. M. Bloss, Corvsllis.
"Geology of Oregon," Hurry S.
Templeton, Halsey, Oregon.
July 10." Health as a Science and Art,''
Miss M. L. Sncll, l'rofessor of
Cookery at State Agricultural College.
E. Washington st.
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